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Posts Tagged ‘urban design’

Redeveloping the Boulder Community Hospital Site

Redeveloping the Boulder Community Hospital Site

The most important task of the urbanist is controlling size. —David Mohney As owners of the Boulder Community Hospital (BCH) site bounded by Broadway, Alpine, 9th Street, and Balsam, the City of Boulder has a golden opportunity to demonstrate [...]

A Transportation Vision For Boulder—Recommendations

A Transportation Vision For Boulder—Recommendations

Editor’s note: The Blue Line has been running a serialized version of PLAN-Boulder County’s A Transportation Vision for Boulder. This is the final installment: Section 5, Recommendations. To read the entire paper, start with the [...]

A Transportation Vision For Boulder—Regional Transportation and Sustainable Travel

A Transportation Vision For Boulder—Regional Transportation and Sustainable Travel

Editor’s note: The Blue Line has been running a serialized version of PLAN-Boulder County’s A Transportation Vision for Boulder. This installment includes Sections 3 and 4, Regional Transportation and Sustainable, Green Travel, respectively. To [...]

A Transportation Vision For Boulder—Urban Design, Part 3

A Transportation Vision For Boulder—Urban Design, Part 3

Editor’s note: Throughout the summer and fall we will run a serialized version of PLAN-Boulder County’s A Transportation Vision for Boulder. This is part 3 of section 2. To read the entire paper, start with the Introduction. Safety When [...]

A Transportation Vision For Boulder—Urban Design, Part 2

A Transportation Vision For Boulder—Urban Design, Part 2

Editor’s note: Throughout the summer and fall we will run a serialized version of PLAN-Boulder County’s A Transportation Vision for Boulder. This is part 2 of section 2. To read the entire paper, start with the Introduction. "High-speed" [...]

Policy Innovations | What Makes a City Great? It’s not the Liveability but the Loveability

Policy Innovations | What Makes a City Great? It’s not the Liveability but the Loveability

"A good place has at least 10 reasons to be in it, and what gets people to come back to a place or to have a memorable experience is the layering of things in it. We are often told that the aesthetics and the infrastructure, the form of the space is [...]

A Transportation Vision For Boulder—Introduction

A Transportation Vision For Boulder—Introduction

Editor’s note: Throughout the summer we will run a serialized version of PLAN-Boulder County’s A Transportation Vision for Boulder. This is the introduction. Pearl Street Mall, June 2015, Boulder, Colorado. Photo by Dom Nozzi Many [...]

Trees Are Key at Boulder Junction

Trees Are Key at Boulder Junction

In recent years, a portion of the eastern part of Boulder, near 30th Street and Pearl Parkway, has become a popular site for the city’s start-up companies. But with its large blocks and scarce roadway connections, this part of the city, [...]

WATCH: How to Make an Attractive City

WATCH: How to Make an Attractive City

"If you want to see what a society really believes in, look at what the biggest buildings on the horizon are dedicated to." Joseph Campbell  

Sense of Place

Sense of Place

photo by Bo Insogna (flickr creative commons https://flic.kr/p/asddPf) “A place belongs forever to whoever claims it hardest, remembers it most obsessively, wrenches it from itself, shapes it, renders it, loves it so radically that he remakes it [...]

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